March 17, 2014
Peer reviewed history
These articles from "Journal of American Folklore" and other similar journals offer the world a deeper history. The material is peer reviewed and written by profession historians or those who have studied the material in depth. For this or other articles listed, it offered more information about the Iriqois Native Americans and their songs. Sources are most often listed, with where the information came from. The material is very valuable and one I can rely on. I often print books named in the article and then search the titles of them, here at www.archive.org, and I often find them. I try to be careful about what I accept as fact, but the sourced material as well as these types of professional journals helps a lot.
Just this week I joined this site, archive.org as a subscribing member. What would I do without it? As a genealogist and writer this site has enhanced my writing and knowledge, exponentially. It was very easy to join and the banking system is well protected. It goes through amazon.com, and we all trust amazon, right? Well anyway, Thanks, Archive, you are a treasure in my life and they aren't paying me to say that!